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Old 06-20-2013, 03:40 AM   #1
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Hi people! my problem is that my motherboard (Asrock G41c-vs) is`t sleeping when I prees sleep button, only HDD is slept. Is there any jumper to turn or is this characteristic for asrock motherboards. P.S: In controll panel/power option everything is ok!
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Where is the sleep button your pressing?
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on the keyboard......
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Do you have the keyboard drivers installed?
Are any lights(num lock/cap lock) lights lit up?
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I haven`t installed, but before that matherboard I have asus KPL-AM and it was working great. num lock is turn on. and also when I prees shut down button computer is shutting, so I think there is no problem with keyboard driver, but I will install it and tell you what will happen....
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Standard keyboards do not have a sleep or shut down button, so the keys will have to be defined to Windows, that's usually done by the drivers.

Will the system sleep if you put it to sleep using the orb/sleep method?
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